I have had alot of health problems with my kitty the last month, and ran up quite a bill. Well my vet tells me that my cat has gingivitis and pyria, and that I need to get a dental done. I cannot afford that at this time so I am wondering if anyone knnows any home remedies I could use to get his mouth back in line. His little gums are so red, and I know that he has got to be miserable. I know that toothpaste isn't good for cats, and a human brush is too big to get to all of his teeth anyways. We tried rubbing his gums with peroxide twice a day, and that helped a little with the smell of his breath, but not the color of his gums. Not sure what else to try. Help!
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1/3/08 at 2:04pm